Walmart launches brand new (and super fast) delivery service in Mississauga
If there's one thing this hyper-technological and modern era has taught us, it's what we shouldn't have to wait for anything, ever.
Fortunately for Mississauga residents who need groceries in a hurry—and with the holidays coming up, that's a real possibility—Walmart Canada is expanding its partnership with Cornershop, an express delivery service that shoppers can use to order groceries on-demand in as quick as 60 minutes.
Walmart is expanding the partnership to 14 stores to the GTA, including Mississauga Square One, Erin Mills Superstore and Malton Supercentre.
Walmart Canada is also Cornershop's first official partner outside of Latin America.
"Customers in the GTA have more choices than ever for how to shop for on-demand groceries at Walmart," said Daryl Porter, vice president, eCommerce operations and logistics at Walmart eCommerce.
"By introducing more shopping options at Walmart, we're helping make life easier and more convenient without compromising on our everyday low prices. Cornershop and other delivery services are one way that we can provide that easy, convenient access."
Through the Cornershop app and website, users can order groceries for delivery.
As for how it works, Cornershop's shoppers go to one of the 14 participating Walmart stores in the GTA to pick out quality groceries. They call every customer at the end of each shop, and customers can approve any replacements or request another item to be added to the cart.
Cornershop has a high availability for on-demand time slots, and customers can subscribe to Cornershop Pop for $99/year to get free delivery on every order over $40 and steeper discounts.
The additional Walmart stores partnering with Cornershop include locations in Scarborough, Richmond Hill, Thornhill, and Downsview.
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